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Theme: The Igbo Arts and Its Intersections: Politics, Spirituality and Justice

The 8th Annual International Igbo Conference SOAS, University of London  April 12-13, 2019   The Annual Igbo Conference has carved…

For Kenya’s Yiaku, medicinal herbs are their forest’s blessing and curse

“The Yiaku, hunter-gatherers turned herders who live deep inside Mukogodo Forest in central Kenya, have relied on herbal remedies for…

Agroforestry ‘home gardens’ build community resilience in southern Ethiopia

“Bule is believed to be the birthplace of traditional “home garden” agroforestry in Ethiopia. Bule farmers still practice this ancient…

For Ugandan villagers, tradition and tourism help keep the peace with gorillas

“Many indigenous groups in Uganda have traditional beliefs that encourage ape conservation.” For Ugandan villagers, tradition and tourism help keep…

Meet Rasta – His Paintings of Celebrities Will Leave You Shook!

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Call for Entry for the 24th edition of Afrika Filmfestival

“Call for entry for the 24th edition of Afrika Filmfestival Leuven (Belgium) is now open. ” https://mailchi.mp/3b06b94f0fbb/afrika-filmfestival-tienenhoegaarden-3286829?e=a97dd59659 You may also be interested in:…

Shadows

“Shadows are the things that stay with us and contextualize the appetite of the present in us. We are afraid…

African Twilight: Vanishing Cultures & Ceremonies of the African Continent

“World-renowned photographers Angela Fisher and Carol Beckwith arrive in Cape Town this December for the signing and launch of their…

16 days of Activism in South Africa

“Zanele Muholi launches Somnyama Ngonyama/Hail the Dark Lioness at Zeitz MOCAA, South Africa, during the worldwide campaign No Violence Against Women and Children.”…

Call for artists

APPLY TO THE “FIGURES” INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR ARTISTS AND WRITERS. CALL CLOSES DECEMBER 31, 2018. FIGURES Call For Artists! Call…

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